What's My Line?

Season 7 Episode 41

EPISODE #314

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Aired Daily 12:00 AM Jun 10, 1956 on CBS
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EPISODE #314
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Game 1: Charles Atlas (10/30/1892 - 12/23/1972) - "Charles Atlas, Famous Muscle Builder" (as Mystery Guest #1 but the panel was not blindfolded; he signed in as Mr. X to avoid name recognition; the regular questioning format is used; John instructed the panel to find out both his occupation and his name; self-employed)

Game 2: Miss Anne Carruthers - "Makes Wigs" (salaried; she works for Mr. Wright at Warner Brothers; from Woodland Hills, CA)

Game 3: Jane Powell (b. 4/1/1929) (as Mystery Guest #2)

Game 4: Miss Sara Detwiler - She was given two overlay screens: "Dives 45 Feet Into Tank..." and "On Horseback! (Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ)" (salaried; she dives into about 10 feet of water; the panel was very intrigued by her occupation and John said he wanted to see the show; from Apopka, FL)

STEEL PIER DIVING HORSES: What's My Line? loved the Steel Pier diving horses featured in Atlantic City, New Jersey, and featured this occupation 4 times: EPISODE #314 of June 10, 1956; EPISODE #451 of February 8, 1959; EPISODE #577 of August 20, 1961; and EPISODE #822 of July 17, 1966. See photos at this web site dedicated to the diving horses! - Suzanne (2005)

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John Daly

John Daly

Moderator (1950-1967)

Arlene Francis

Arlene Francis

Regular Panelist (1950-1967)

Dorothy Kilgallen

Dorothy Kilgallen

Regular Panelist (1950-1965)

Charles Atlas

Charles Atlas

Mystery Guest #1

Guest Star

Jane Powell

Jane Powell

Mystery Guest #2

Guest Star

Jack E. Leonard

Jack E. Leonard

Guest Panelist

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